The Continuous Revenue Marketer is a CRM strategy podcast where the most influential and successful marketers in the world share their insights and lessons on the critical topic every CEO and Chief Marketer has to address: How to drive continuous revenue and growth for their company, from customer acquisition to loyalty, at scale with high efficiency and effectiveness.
Paul Guyardo, President and CEO of Fetch, joins us in this episode so share his wisdom and valuable lessons in Marketing. An expert at growing B2C businesses Paul has successfully overseen billions of dollars in growing companies through his innovative marketing strategic and wise business acumen.
Paul generously shares his core leadership strategies for career growth and provides hard earned advice for up-and-coming m...
On this episode, The Integer Group’s Group VP of Futures & AI, Heidi Bailey, shares insights on innovative ways artificial intelligence is driving the future of commerce and transformational business and technology trends to stay ahead of coming out of NRF 2023, Retail’s Big Show.
On this episode, SVP and Head of Marketing at Computershare, Rachel Young, shares insights on how to produce revenue by being on the front lines talking to your customers, understanding who your influencers are, and most importantly, creating a strong partnership between your marketing and sales teams.
On this episode, Eric Harris, E*TRADE from Morgan Stanley's AVP of Brand & Creative of their in-house agency shares insights on the benefits of bringing creative work in-house, the value internal team members can bring to creative projects, how to maximize relationships with external partners with clear roles and responsibilities and the current and future state of creative.
On this episode, Principle of Nalu Consulting and former Chief Revenue Officer of TruGreen, Jessica Newman, shares insights on ways to drive growth not just through new customer acquisition, but by focusing your marketing to retain recurring revenue by optimizing customer lifetime value.
On this episode, Aflac's Brand Manager, Tod Meisner, shares lessons learned from marketing activations with Nick Saban and Deion Sanders, to how far social media has come in recent years, and what drives him to stay connected with marketing students starting their careers through his Adjunct Professor roles at Auburn, NYU and WVU.
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month on this episode, EVP and DE&I Lead at Energy BBDO and Sponsor of AcentO, Carla Eboli, joins us to share actionable tips for business leaders on how to drive LatinX inclusivity in your corporate culture and how to authenticity communicate and personalize your marketing to the LatinX community.
On this episode, Hal Leonard's CMO, Blair Wilson, shares insights around how he identifies customer pains and patters to produce products at scale, how CMO's should be aligned with their CEO on communication vs. commercial roles, how to be surgical with your digital transformation, and how to balance creating new customer demand while maximizing customer lifetime values, especially among passionate customers such as musi...
On this episode, Omnicom Precision Marketing Group's (OPMG) CEO, Luke Taylor, joins us for Part 2 to dive deep into the details and benefits of personalized marketing and how AI is revolutionizing marketing to deliver ROI at a much lower cost from content assembly and activation to media deployment.
On this episode, Omnicom Precision Marketing Group's (OPMG) CEO, Luke Taylor, joins us to share his entrepreneurial leadership philosophy from his journey starting the second eCommerce company ever in the world before the dot-com bubble , to digital consulting & transformation, to leading tens of thousands of people across public companies.
In honor of Pride Month on this episode, Global Co-Chair of Omnicom's OPEN Pride group, David Azulay, joins us to share perspective on the importance of inclusivity in your corporate culture and how to authenticity communicate and personalize your brand messaging to the LGBTQ+ community.
On this episode, Passion Point Collective's Founder, Marcus Peterzell, shares why branded movies are such a special opportunity for Fortune 500 CMO's with TV audiences' changing viewing behaviors and the increase in streaming entertainment consumption.
On this episode, RAPP's Global CEO, Marco Scognamiglio, joins us to share perspective on what global brands are doing to implement personalized marketing at scale, why it matters now to win in their verticals and the successes global CMOs are reaping when implementing correctly.
On this episode, RAPP's U.S. President, John Wells, joins us to share marketing trends CMOs are facing across U.S. companies such as talent attribution, changes in customer experience across physical and digital experiences and precision marketing.
On this episode, Integer's VP of Futures & A.I., Heidi Bailey, shares insights on the current and future state of retail, "immersive commerce" and how A.I. will lead retail into a new age of customer experience.
On this episode, OPMG's Global Chief Strategy Officer, Nelson Freitas, and C-Space's Vice President of Research, Manila Austin, join us to introduce their Customer Experience Index, why it's a game changer for marketers and how marketers can improve their work if they know their Brand Intent.
On this episode, KERN's SVP of Analytics and Marketing Technology, Sajid Patel, joins us to share insights around "Right Data" versus "Big Data" and the differences between Data Problem-Solving and Data Creativity, or the Art and Science of Data.
On this episode, KERN's SVP of Strategy, Curt Kaneshiro, joins us to share insights around the trends that will impact customer experience and overall customer trust in 2022.
On this episode, Omnicom Commerce Group's CEO, Sophie Daranyi, joins us to share insights around the nuances between retail and commerce, the future of "Connected Commerce" across physical, digital and social, and The Why Behind the Buy:
On this episode, RAPP's Global Chief Strategy Officer, Shiona McDougall, joins us to share the insights you can gather from taking the Marketing IQ self-assessment tool her team developed to assess your brand's modern marketing capability across three dimensions of Customer, Context and Content. Try it from yourself here:
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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